If you’re new to the internet and don’t know what a Traffic Exchange is… here’s a brief description.
I have something to sell so I create a webpage to advertise it. I join a Traffic Exchange, buy some credits and load them up so my advertisement will be shown to people who visit the Traffic Exchange.
If you wonder who will come to the Traffic Exchange, here is where the magic begins. With Traffic Exchanges (T/E’s), and there are hundreds of them, they all have members who want you to look at what they have to sell. When someone comes from another T/E and looks at my page, they earn a credit for looking at my page and I gave up a credit for showing it to them.
Now I can also look at pages on other T/E’s and earn credits that I can use to show MY page to others.
Typically, the time that people spend actually looking at a page on T/E’s is short. 2 – 6 seconds would be typical, I think. So how do you actually sell anything or make any money with Traffic Exchanges?
First of all, the page you put up for others to look at MUST be Fast Loading. With only 2 to 6 seconds of exposure to the viewer, you can’t make ANY money with a page that doesn’t load almost instantaneously!
Second, your page needs to create enough curiosity that they want to know more. Enough so that they will actually put their name and email in a form you place on that page. (Called a Lead Capture page.)
Third, with their name and email, you send them a series of emails via your Autoresponder and over time, with the right messages that generate enough interest, you can finally get your sale. To learn more about autoresponders, go here: http://daveylee.com/articles/AR/AWeber.htm
I’m currently enrolled in a training program that teaches users how to really get the most out of Traffic Exchanges. If you’re interested in knowing more, click the link and check it out. There is a FREE version and if you wish, there is a PRO version that really “Up’s the Ante”. Go HERE: http://teprofits.com/trafficreport.php?r=daveylee01
I hope to see you there
David writes from Frederick, Maryland